Childproofing Home windows and Stopping Accidental Falls

 

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Fortunately, you have options to prevent accidental falls from windows, including: 2  A window guard or gate Bars that are installed on the bottom part of a window to keep a child from falling out when A window stop or wedge Window opening control devices that prevent a window. Window guards feature crisscrossing bars, no wider than 4 inches apart, to prevent children from accidental falls. Look for a model that also features a release mechanism in case of emergency. 3.

To prevent falls from windows, install a stop that prevents windows from opening any further than 4 inches. Alternatively, install window guards that cover the lower part of the window. Other prevention strategies include opening double-hung windows only from the top, moving furniture away from windows, and supervising children in a room with open windows. With these kind of numbers, childproof windows are an absolute must. According to the study, the average age of the children who experienced fall related injuries was just 5.1 years old.

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Anti-scald devices for faucets and shower heads. Smoke alarms on every level of the house and in each bedroom. Childproof window guards and safety netting to prevent falls from windows, decks or balconies. For childproofing purposes, windows should open no more than four inches wide. Window guards: Affixed with screws, window guards prevent children from pushing on screens of open windows and falling out.

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Screens are meant to keep bugs out, not children in. Properly install window guards to prevent unintentional window falls. For windows above the first floor, include an emergency release device in case of fire.

Keep babies and young kids strapped in when using high chairs, infant carriers, swings or.

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Falling from open windows is a major cause of accidental death in urban lower socioeconomic groups; screens are not designed to prevent falls.

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from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book
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Falling from open windows is a major cause of accidental death in children; parents should be advised that a screened window is not a safety device to prevent falls.

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Counterweights are used, for example, in sash windows with a heavy mass slung over a pulley wheel connected to the window frame so that force required to open or close the window is reduced.

“Mechanical Design Engineering Handbook” by Peter R. N. Childs
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Forcing Entry A simple solution to gaining entry through inward-opening doors may be to break a small window on the

“Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills” by International Association of Fire Chiefs, National Fire Protection Association
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stop — 1) a molding fastened to the inside of a window jamb to secure the sash; 2) a structural member designed to limit the travel of a machine or object, such as a sliding door, at a predetermined point.

“Craftsman's Illustrated Dictionary of Construction Terms” by James T. Frane
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Forcing entry through sliding windows is just like forcing entry through sliding doors.

“Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills” by International Association of Fire Chiefs
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Slip-knifing of sliding windows is accomplished by inserting a thin and stiff blade between the meeting rail (stile) to move the latch to the open position; slip-knifing of pivoting windows is done by inserting a thin and stiff wire through openings between the rail and the frame and manipulating the sash operator.

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This time the message contains a HitTest value of HTCAPTION, which causes the DefWindowproc to send a WM_SYSCOMMAND message with an SC MOVE flag to the window being moved.

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Cover windows with heavy drapes to help prevent accidental falls.

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This breakaway gap, or falling window, should become resistance since a falling window is resistance.

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